Important Notice

The Writing Centre is currently closed and will reopen on Tuesday, July 5 for the Summer II term.

Writing Centre instructors are available in person and on Zoom to help you with any questions relating to your writing process.

Students collaborating at the Learning Commons

Each term, we offer occasional workshops that are free for all CapU students. Find out about upcoming workshops in the CapU Events Calendar.

The Writing Centre is located in the Learning Commons section of the Library Building on the North Vancouver campus, room LB126. Drop in for writing support from our English instructors on campus or join us online!

Summer II 2022 Writing Support Schedule

Active from Tuesday, July 5 to Friday, August 19. Please take advantage of these summer hours!


  • 10:30-11:30 a.m. (on Zoom)
  • 1-4 p.m. (in person, room LB126)


  • 10:30-11:30 a.m. (on Zoom)
  • 12-4 p.m. (in person, room LB126)

We look forward to helping you with your writing!

All sessions are first come, first served. No appointment necessary. Students must have a CapU email and student ID.

When other students are waiting, meetings will not exceed 20 minutes. Please be prepared to stay in the waiting room until it is your turn and the instructor lets you in.

So that all CapU students can take advantage of this support, please don’t expect to have more than two Zoom consultations per week.

How we can help

Writing Centre instructors can help you with any questions relating to your writing process, including but not limited to:

  • understanding a course text;
  • planning an assignment;
  • getting feedback on a draft;
  • making sense of errors that your course instructors have flagged in their assignment feedback;
  • engaging with, integrating, and documenting source material using MLA, APA, Chicago, or any other academic style; and
  • understanding academic integrity and avoiding plagiarism.

In accordance with our usual practices at the Writing Centre, instructors and Peer Tutors are not available to edit/proofread your work.

Instead, we will highlight errors in a portion of your assignment, provide some general comments, and point you in the direction of relevant resources. Please see our statement on Proofreading vs. Instructional Editing.


Have questions?

Writing Centre

604 984 4956 , ext. 4956
Library Building, room LB126

Please note the new location.